Edgewood Park Hosts Pie Contest

~ from the City Office of Neighborhoods   The Edgewood Park Neighborhood Association will host an apple pie contest this Saturday, July 21, from 4-6 p.m. at the Edgewood Park’s Gazebo, 3109 Ocoee Trail.   Guests are welcome to enter the apple pie contest or enjoy the spoils as a judge. This is an open […]

Friends Donate $71,000 to Knox County Public Library

Gifts Support Library Programs, Materials, and Staff At the annual meeting of the Friends of the Knox County Public Library on July 16, Myretta Black, director of the Knox County Public Library, received a check for more than $71,000, representative of the investment that the Friends have made in the library system during the past […]

Mayoral candidates to participate in forum Friday, July 20

A public forum with the two candidates for Knox County Mayor will be held on Friday, July 20, 6-7 pm at the Pellissippi State Community College, Magnolia Campus.  Both Linda Haney, Democratic candidate, and Glenn Jacobs, Republican candidate, will attend.   This non-partisan event will offer voters a chance to become informed about candidates’ positions […]


Volunteer Tennessee, the Governor’s commission on volunteerism and service, seeks public input to develop a new State Plan that will set the agency’s strategic direction for the next three years. Once developed, the new State Plan will advocate service and volunteerism as strategies to meet critical community needs, including service through programs funded under National […]

East Tennessee PBS Holds Antique & Art Appraisal Fair July 28th at William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, VA

Nonprofit Viewer Supported PBS Member Station Partners with Case Antiques to Bring Antiques Experts & Appraisers, including Ken Farmer of popular PBS program Antiques Roadshow   East Tennessee PBS along with Case Antiques invites the public to bring antiques, art and collectibles to an antique & appraisal fair on Saturday, July 28 in Abingdon Virginia. […]

Early Voting Begins Across Tennessee

    Early voting for the Aug. 2 primary begins today. Early voting runs Mondays through Saturdays and ends Saturday, July 28. Election Day is Thursday, Aug. 2. The voter registration deadline ahead of this primary was Tuesday, July 3. “We expect major races to create lots of interest this election cycle as Tennesseans decide […]

Halls BPA meets Tuesday

The Halls Business and Professional Association (HBPA) will hold its July Membership meeting on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, at noon at Beaver Brook Country Club.  The July Speaker will be Patti Bounds, Knox County School Board. The July Business Spotlight will be Beaver Brook Country Club.  The public is always welcome and encouraged to attend.  Cost of lunch is $12.

This Week’s Tennessee Tourism Round Up

Scavenger hunts, specialty burgers for a bargain, beer & cheese pairings, free concerts, movies under the stars, sing-along musicals, a 90s party, a craft fair and unique festivals like Uncle Dave Macon Days and Kingsport Fun Fest are all on tap this week across Tennessee. For a complete list of events, visit tnvacation.com/calendar. Ongoing Tennessee […]

Upcoming events at the Historic Ramsey House

Workshop: Early Families in the Forks Sunday, July 15, 2:00-4:00 pm at the Historic Ramsey House Fur traders, circuit-riding preachers, longhunters, statesmen, and adventurers: who were your ancestors?  Jan Loveday Dickens will share information and resources with participants. Along with learning interesting details and stories about the Armstrong, Jack, Kennedy, Campbell, Kelly, Huffaker, Johnson, Naill, […]

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